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29th May '16 5:23:54 PM meanmetalmario
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-->'''Joyce:''' '''''...HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN WITHOUT SHOES?!'''''\\
'''Sierra:''' I dunno, sixth grade?
23rd May '16 7:58:12 PM Anddrix
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* In ''Film/TheDarkKnight'', Batman manages to hide from an entire dinner party (including SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker) until the camera pans slightly to the right and he's suddenly ''there''. (Of course, this is ''[[StealthHiBye Batman]]'' we're talking about here.)

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* In ''Film/TheDarkKnight'', Batman manages to hide from an entire dinner party (including SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker) ComicBook/TheJoker) until the camera pans slightly to the right and he's suddenly ''there''. (Of course, this is ''[[StealthHiBye Batman]]'' we're talking about here.)
21st May '16 2:58:14 PM billybobfred
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** A similar thing happens at the beginning of Snowdin, when the player character hides behind a Conveniently Shaped Lamp to hide from Papyrus. The lamp is a pixel-perfect silhouette match for the player character, but since Papyrus (unlike the player) is not viewing the scene directly from the south, he should be able to see the player character standing next to the lamp.

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** A similar thing happens at the beginning of Snowdin, when the player character hides behind a Conveniently Shaped Lamp to hide from Papyrus. The lamp is a pixel-perfect silhouette match for the player character, but since Papyrus (unlike the player) is not viewing the scene directly from the south, he should be able to [[http://flavor-text-chara.tumblr.com/post/144717670540/intermission-comic-3 see the player character standing next to the lamp.lamp]].
10th May '16 12:03:48 AM CapDac
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* In the episode ''Two Bad Neighbours'' of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', Homer is surprised to find a house on his home street that he's never seen before. Bart promptly points out it's directly across the street from their own house. To be fair, this is [[TooDumbToLive Homer]] we're talking about.
6th May '16 5:04:09 PM Kartoonkid95
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* Lucy from ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'' often spooks her siblings in this manner.
5th May '16 9:47:03 PM billybobfred
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** Sans's EyepiecePrank ''inverts'' this. There's no logical way the player character should be able to tell that the "premium telescope" has left a red circle around their eye, but the player can see it just fine. Since Sans is a bit of a FourthWallObserver, this makes a strange sort of sense.
27th Apr '16 4:50:06 PM Yinyang107
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* In ''Film/TheDarkKnight'', Batman manages to hide from an entire dinner party (including SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker) until the camera pans slightly to the right and he's suddenly ''there''.

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* In ''Film/TheDarkKnight'', Batman manages to hide from an entire dinner party (including SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker) until the camera pans slightly to the right and he's suddenly ''there''. (Of course, this is ''[[StealthHiBye Batman]]'' we're talking about here.)
22nd Apr '16 10:32:55 PM billybobfred
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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'': Early on, Toriel asks the player to walk to the end of the room by themselves, running ahead. When you reach the end of the room, [[SecretTestOfCharacter she reveals that she did not leave you, and was in fact behind a convenient pillar the whole time]]. But from the main character's perspective, they should have been able to see her (not to mention they should have seen her walk up to and hide behind it in the first place).
** A similar thing happens later, when the player hides behind a Conveniently Shaped Lamp to hide from Papyrus

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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'': ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'':
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Early on, Toriel asks the player to walk to the end of the room by themselves, running ahead. When you reach the end of the room, [[SecretTestOfCharacter she reveals that she did not leave you, and was in fact behind a convenient pillar the whole time]]. But from the main character's perspective, they should have been able to see her (not to mention they should have seen her walk up to and hide behind it in the first place).
** The last puzzle in the Ruins revolves around this trope. You walk through the same room four times, seeing it from a different angle each time, and each angle reveals to the player a sign telling which switch to press. The room also contains some pillars next to the switches, which hide them from certain angles, so you have to memorize the room's layout and rotate it in your head to figure out where the switch the sign asks you to press actually is.
** A similar thing happens later, at the beginning of Snowdin, when the player character hides behind a Conveniently Shaped Lamp to hide from PapyrusPapyrus. The lamp is a pixel-perfect silhouette match for the player character, but since Papyrus (unlike the player) is not viewing the scene directly from the south, he should be able to see the player character standing next to the lamp.
22nd Apr '16 8:11:37 AM Michael
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* ''VideoGame/{{Belladonna}} has a few cases of the main character being surprised by things that she should have been able to see for ages.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Belladonna}} ''VideoGame/{{Belladonna}}'' has a few cases of the main character being surprised by things that she should have been able to see for ages.
22nd Apr '16 8:10:56 AM Michael
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* ''VideoGame/{{Belladonna}} has a few cases of the main character being surprised by things that she should have been able to see for ages.
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